Long Beach Shakespeare Company
Title: Long Beach Shakespeare Company
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Long Beach Shakespeare Company PERFORMANCES TICKETS OPPORTUNITIES SUPPORT EXPLORE AUDIO VIDEO PHOTO PRESS ROOM COMPANY ABOUT BOARD OF DIRECTORS BEHIND THE SCENES THE PERFORMERS OUR PARTNERS CONTACT DIRECTIONS CONTACT FORM SUBMIT INFO Jane Eyre Jul 22 - Jul 30 2016 The second program in the Books-on-Stage series is Orson Welles? adaptation of Charlotte Bronte?s gothic love story, Jane Eyre. In his script, Welles writes, "Jane Eyre has acquired the full respectability of an English classic and has lost none of its color. It began as one of those books which everybody read and no nice person would ever read. For Jane Eyre, appearing in England as it did early in the reign of Queen Victoria, came as a general shock and was an immediate success -- as appalling and popular as a royal scandal and as widely circulated as gossip!? LBSC presents this Old-Time-Radio classic with a special feature for the live audience?an American Sign Language interpreter will be on stage, offering the story for those with hearing loss or impairment, while the LBSC actors offer it live on the web as an exclusively audio experience. Those attending the live performance will see how a show was produced during the Golden Age of Radio, as the actors play their parts in 1940?s period costumes and produce the live sound effects. Make Reservations Much Ado About Nothing Aug 26 - Sep 17 2016 Probably the inspiration for the Hollywood battle-of-the-sexes, screwball comedies of the 1930s, Shakespeare?s sparring lovers, Beatrice and Benedick, are charming and quick-witted precursors to the unlikely couples played by Katherine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy, or Myrna Loy and Cary Grant. They openly dislike each other at the beginning of the play, and have clever exchanges of one-upmanships, much to the amusement of their friends, who undertake to trick them into a romance. The results are Shakespeare at his most light-hearted and delightful. In contrast, the romance between Hero and Claudio is threatened by genuine grief, created by the contrivance of the dark villain, Don John. The solution lies in the hands of an incompetent and bumbling group of night watchmen. The happiness of both couples depends upon the revelation of the truth, which may or may be discovered before the former best friends, Benedick and Claudio, duel to the death! LBSC?s production features live music, dancing, beautiful costumes, and lots of spectacle! Make Reservations The Phantom of the Opera Oct 14 - Oct 16 2016 LBSC?s Halloween Month celebration of Old Time Radio Horror Classics begins with The Phantom of the Opera. It originally aired on September 13th, 1943, as part of the Lux Radio series, hosted by Cecil B. DeMille. It was based on the 1943 film (which is somewhat different from the 1925 Lon Chaney film and Gaston Leroux?s novel), but instead of using the film?s star Claude Rains, the radio play featured Basil Rathbone as the Phantom. The movie also paired Nelson Eddy and Susanna Foster as Anatole and Christine, and they returned for the radio version. As a result, there is a lot of music in the production, which will be performed live by our cast, along with all the sound effects! Among the many things for which this version is known is that it introduced what became the standard idea of how the Phantom came to be disfigured. Make Reservations The Fall of the House of Usher / Sorry, Wrong Number Oct 21 - Oct 23 2016 LBSC?s Halloween Month celebration of Old Time Radio Horror Classics continues with Edgar Allan Poe?s story of The Fall of the House of Usher and the award-winning Lucille Fletcher story, Sorry, Wrong Number. Two 30-minute shows of classic suspense and terror! Click on the titles above for full descriptions of the programs. Make Reservations The War of the Worlds Oct 28 - Oct 31 2016 LBSC?s anniversary presentation of Orson Welles? classic radio show, with live sound effects and music performed by the cast. The original 1938 broadcast covered the Martians invading the earth and created a nation-wide panic as a result. Make Reservations Life and Adventures of Santa Claus Nov 25 - Dec 11 2016 LBSC?s alternative holiday classic is The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus, written by L. Frank Baum, and adapted for the stage by Helen Borgers, with original music by Edmund Velasco. It plays from November 25th through December 11th. Make Reservations Radio show: A Christmas Carol Dec 16 - Dec 18 2016 2016 A Christmas Carol - Radio Show Make Reservations Sherlock Holmes Jan 13 - Jan 28 2017 Make Reservations Free Speakers Series Jan 29 2017 Make Reservations Measure for Measure Feb 24 - Mar 18 2017 Make Reservations Free Speakers Series Mar 26 2017 Make Reservations Taming of the Shrew Mar 31 - Apr 09 2017 (Old Time Radio Style) Make Reservations Free Speakers Series Apr 15 2017 Make Reservations Romeo and Juliet Apr 21 - Apr 29 2017 (Old Time Radio Style) Make Reservations Free Speakers Series Apr 30 2017 Make Reservations Julius Caesar May 26 - Jun 17 2017 SHAKESPEARE?S BIRTHDAY MONTH CELEBRATION Make Reservations Free Speakers Series Jul 09 2017 Make Reservations America in Words & Music Jul 14 - Jul 29 2017 JULY BOOKS ON STAGE A special birthday salute to America, featuring short stories, poems, songs, and essays by American writers and songwriters. Make Reservations Love's Labour's Lost Aug 25 - Sep 16 2017 JULY BOOKS ON STAGE A special birthday salute to America, featuring short stories, poems, songs, and essays by American writers and songwriters. Make Reservations Old Time Radio Horror Classics Oct 13 - Oct 30 2017 OCTOBER IS CLASSIC HORROR & SCI-FI Make Reservations The Wakefield Second Shepherds Play Nov 24 - Dec 17 2017 CHRISTMAS CLASSICS Make Reservations A Christmas Carol Dec 21 - Dec 23 2017 Old Time Radio version of A Christmas Carol Make Reservations FLEX PASS CARD The ultimate in flexibility and convenience. This ‘open’ pass is redeemable for 10 tickets to the Richard Goad Theatre. Attend 10 individual performances throughout the season (Jan-Dec 2016), or bring a companion to five performances, or use your pass for one or two family nights out…it is good for any combination amounting to ten tickets. It's up to you! Just call the Theatre at least 48 hours in advance of the performance you would like to attend to reserve your seats. Price: $100 Mini Flex Pass The Mini pass is $50 for 4 entries to the theatre. CALENDAR July 2016 S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 LISTEN LIVE Check the calendar to find out when we're streaming live! Click on the microphone to listen. We offer monthly webcasts and many of our birthday celebrations. If you missed hearing it live, click HERE for our recordings. If you enjoy the live programming, please consider donating to help support future webcasts. CREATE YOUR DONATION AMOUNT PERFORMANCES TICKETS OPPORTUNITIES SUPPORT PRESS ROOM ABOUT CONTACT Long Beach Shakespeare Company 4250 Atlantic Avenue, Long Beach, CA 90807 (562) 997-1494 ? 2015 LongBeachTheater. All rights reserved. Whois